Difference between revisions of "R Hackathon 1/Current Data Representations"

From Phyloinformatics
Jump to: navigation, search
(Ape)
(Ape)
Line 4: Line 4:
  
 
== Ape ==
 
== Ape ==
There are two main data classes in ape: "phylo" and "DNA.bin". They are both described in [http://pbil.univ-lyon1.fr/R/ape/ ape Web pages] (-> Development section). Some features of "phylo" are summarized in the [[Data Standards]] page. Both classes have associated functions to read/write files on the disk, manipulate them and compute with in R, and ways to pass them to C.
+
There are two main data classes in ape: "phylo" and "DNA.bin". They are both described in [http://pbil.univ-lyon1.fr/R/ape/ ape Web pages] (->Development section). Some features of "phylo" are summarized in the [[R_Hackathon_1/Data Standards]] page. Both classes have associated functions to read/write files on the disk, manipulate them and compute with in R, and ways to pass them to C.
  
 
== apTreeshape ==
 
== apTreeshape ==

Revision as of 05:43, 23 November 2007

On this page, for the test set of sample trees and datasets and any other relevant files, describe success/failure in loading the file, any information lost, and how the objects are represented in R (pending a different/better idea, we could use a similar format as used for the 'phylo' class (pdf) or the scheme for coding nucleotides (pdf)).

Ade4

Ape

There are two main data classes in ape: "phylo" and "DNA.bin". They are both described in ape Web pages (->Development section). Some features of "phylo" are summarized in the R_Hackathon_1/Data Standards page. Both classes have associated functions to read/write files on the disk, manipulate them and compute with in R, and ways to pass them to C.

apTreeshape

ComPairWise

Geiger

Laser

OUCH

PaleoTS

PhyloGR

PhySim